Stanley FatMax Li-Ion 1.5Ah Drill and Impact Driver 10.8V + £5 Argos Voucher for next shopping £65.99
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Stanley FatMax Li-Ion 1.5Ah Drill and Impact Driver 10.8V + £5 Argos Voucher for next shopping £65.99

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Found 2nd Sep 2017
A versatile kit for a variety of drilling and screwdriving jobs. Featuring 20 torque settings, the drill delivers speed of 0 - 1200rpm and max drilling capacity of 25mm into wood and 10mm into steel. The impact driver delivers 2500 ipm and speed of 0 – 2400rpm. Both tools are kitted with LED light and magnetic bit holder for convenience.

Compact, lightweight design for drilling and screw driving applications.

Ergonomic handle and rubber over mold reduces surface vibration and user fatigue.

  • 10.8V battery power.
  • Variable speed.
  • Max speed: 1200rpm.
  • Forward/reverse function.
  • 0.5 hour charging.
  • Charger included.
  • Keyless chuck.
  • Drilling capacity for wood 25mm and steel 10mm.
  • Temperature overload function which shuts down unit automatically if it overheats.
  • Soft grip handle.
  • 1.5Ah Li-Ion battery.
  • Includes 2 batteries.
General information:

  • Carry case included.
  • Manufacturer's 3 year guarantee.
  • EAN: 5054905016722.
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winter_zombie2 h, 43 m ago

It's cheap because it's only a 10.8v so not very powerful.


Ha ha. I am in the trade and have had the DeWalt 10.8v kit for years that cost me over double this. I use it all the time and believe me it's more than powerful enough, far better than some 14.4v and even 18v tools I have used. Simply stating that because it's 10.8v it's not powerful shows your lack of knowledge on the subject
winter_zombie3 h, 10 m ago

It's cheap because it's only a 10.8v so not very powerful.

I've got this set, your comment is nonsense.
winter_zombie7 h, 19 m ago

It's cheap because it's only a 10.8v so not very powerful.

You really don't know your tools do you.

The new 10.8v kit from all manufacturers is now really gaining in popularity. It is more powerful than most of the old 14.4v ranges, and pretty much on a par with the old 18v range.

Marry that up with the fact that it is so much lighter, and any tradesman that spends a lot of time with one of these in his hands is going to find it much more comfortable, and far less tiring.
Edited by: "ghostm4n" 3rd Sep 2017
beatjunkie1 h, 0 m ago

how big is the item, if i cycle down will i get it in a back pack.....?

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Might help you decide.
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Bargain price... missed out on the Argos eBay deal some time ago and couldn't find it for less than £110! Thanks!
It's cheap because it's only a 10.8v so not very powerful.
Cheers.
winter_zombie2 h, 43 m ago

It's cheap because it's only a 10.8v so not very powerful.


Ha ha. I am in the trade and have had the DeWalt 10.8v kit for years that cost me over double this. I use it all the time and believe me it's more than powerful enough, far better than some 14.4v and even 18v tools I have used. Simply stating that because it's 10.8v it's not powerful shows your lack of knowledge on the subject
winter_zombie3 h, 10 m ago

It's cheap because it's only a 10.8v so not very powerful.

I've got this set, your comment is nonsense.
Reserved at my local store for collection later today!.......Heat added! Excellent price, Thank you for taking the time to post this deal.

I didn't see an option for a £5.00 argos voucher when i reserved mine though.
heat added. OOS in my local store but just ordered for delivery. Hopefully it is powerful enough for putting up my raised bed.
Scanlite2 h, 7 m ago

Reserved at my local store for collection later today!.......Heat added! …Reserved at my local store for collection later today!.......Heat added! Excellent price, Thank you for taking the time to post this deal.I didn't see an option for a £5.00 argos voucher when i reserved mine though.




Today is the last day 03/09/17 for the £5 or £10 vouchers
Good price, non at all in Manchester tho
winter_zombie7 h, 19 m ago

It's cheap because it's only a 10.8v so not very powerful.

You really don't know your tools do you.

The new 10.8v kit from all manufacturers is now really gaining in popularity. It is more powerful than most of the old 14.4v ranges, and pretty much on a par with the old 18v range.

Marry that up with the fact that it is so much lighter, and any tradesman that spends a lot of time with one of these in his hands is going to find it much more comfortable, and far less tiring.
Edited by: "ghostm4n" 3rd Sep 2017
👌 reserved thnx
I have the Milwaukee 10.8v 4Ah brushless drill driver and it has the same torque as some 18v kit. The torque varies with the battery size, the 4Ah having more than the 2Ah.
Before people moan about brushed vs brushless, the motor will not be the first thing to go on a drill...it's pretty irrelevant outside of professional cases.
I've had the Bosch 10.8V Driver for years, 8 or 9. Used daily. The brushes are worn down now, and it's on it's last legs. If I didn't also have the matching impact driver and drill, plus 3 or 4 spare batteries, I'd be buying this as a replacement.
On a side note, Bosch are now calling their 10.8V range, 12V. All parts are still compatible, but 10.8V is the average voltage, whereas 12V is the maximum voltage. Something to do with the American market.
sonygeezer2 h, 46 m ago

Today is the last day 03/09/17 for the £5 or £10 vouchers

how to get the voucher?
jhotdeal35 m ago

how to get the voucher?

You get it on email if purchased online with your receipt, or in store I assume it's a voucher on your receipt.
dozstanford7 h, 32 m ago

By this logic, please explain why the Bosch Pro, Milwaukee and Makita …By this logic, please explain why the Bosch Pro, Milwaukee and Makita 10.8v tools arn't "cheap", this is cheap because its reduced a.k.a on sale. 10.8v tools obviously have less grunt than 14.4v or 18v tools, they are also much smaller allowing them to be used where larger tools would not fit.I have the Makita 10.8v stick battery set which I got from Wickes for under £110 from the recent HUKD listing and while the impact driver only has 30nm torque its enough to drive 40mm drywall screws and even 50mm Turbogold screws into light oak, as for the combi that came in handy just today when I disassembled my main gaming PC for a strip clean.

Cool story
Must resist ... Warrington have stock.
It's a shame nearly all these deals are for twin packs - a lot of us must have perfectly good cordless drills, and would only be interested in adopting the new technology of the impact driver.
What was the RRP on these? I can only find them on Argos website and no where else!
Cracking deal.
Nearest stock for me is 37 miles away, so won't be getting one unfortunately
StephenB49 m ago

Must resist ... Warrington have stock.



I resisted, 38 miles to Warrington is too much of a treck for me on this one.
I have a Ryobi impact driver but fancied a more compact one
Edited by: "CrazyBob" 3rd Sep 2017
Does this have brushes? If so can they be replaced? Thinking how long it would last with heavy use.
can't find any stock :-(
Recently returned from Argos with my reservation & have to say I am super impressed with the feel & quality of this twin pack.

Never even entertained Stanley Fatmax stuff on the past, but will definitely consider them for future purchases!

I am so pleased with these I am just about to go stick my 2 week old Einhell 18v brushless twin pack on eBay as I find them far too heavy for me especially with the 4.0ah battery fitted.

This little 10.8v set will suit me much better.
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Shame, no stock near me and not available for delivery....
Edited by: "bobdylan" 3rd Sep 2017
No stock anywhere
Just got one in Dumfries a few left in Carlisle thx good deal
*Gone now*

I've got an extra reservation for Wolverhampton city centre store if anyone needs it? Expires tomorrow night...
Edited by: "foottothethroat" 3rd Sep 2017
beatjunkie2 h, 41 m ago

What was the RRP on these? I can only find them on Argos website and no …What was the RRP on these? I can only find them on Argos website and no where else!

They were roughly £110+, but previously available on Argos' eBay outlet at this price. Thought I'd missed out, I was almost going to go for a Makita 10.8v twin pack from B&Q for £125...
Arbroath, Montrose and Dundee have these in in stock, Thanks
how big is the item, if i cycle down will i get it in a back pack.....?
beatjunkie11 m ago

how big is the item, if i cycle down will i get it in a back pack.....?

The tool bag is in a small box, twice the width of a cereal box to explain it without measuring it. If you struggle you could always bin the box and just throw the bag over your shoulder as it does have a strap. Hope that helps.
platypus071 m ago

The tool bag is in a small box, twice the width of a cereal box to explain …The tool bag is in a small box, twice the width of a cereal box to explain it without measuring it. If you struggle you could always bin the box and just throw the bag over your shoulder as it does have a strap. Hope that helps.


thank you!! its a 10mile cycle so could be interesting!!
Out of stock everywhere in Fife
beatjunkie1 h, 0 m ago

how big is the item, if i cycle down will i get it in a back pack.....?

31881839-uKc9X.jpg
Might help you decide.
Oos
foottothethroat2 h, 8 m ago

I've got an extra reservation for Wolverhampton city centre store if …I've got an extra reservation for Wolverhampton city centre store if anyone needs it? Expires tomorrow night...



do you still have this bud?
jazzy_X5M13 m ago

do you still have this bud?

PM'd
Thanks grzegorz_007
Picked my set up earlier and voucher included in email reciept
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